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RenderX customers have provided us details on many of their successful implementations. You can view many of them below or contact us for details or to submit a story of your own.


ConnXion: Multi-Channel Document Delivery

ConnXion provides services for automatic generation and multi-channel delivery of complex documents. The service is built entirely upon XML and Java technology, and employs XSL FO (XSLFO) as the foundation format for all document generation. ConnXion uses RenderX XEP for rendering of documents prior to delivery.


X-Hive: Technical Document Database Publishing

X-Hive selected RenderX XEP as the standard print engine for their technical publishing management software. The joint solution that RenderX and X-Hive provides is the only system that enables organizations to shift from SGML content to XML structures. Under terms of the agreement, X-Hive will embed XEP into their Docato Composer software and redistrbute the packaged solution. Today, Docato Publisher is installed at several companies like Boeing and Scriptware.


European Customs Union: Dynamic Reports for Web and Print Applications

At the European Customs Union, XEP is integrated in the J2EE environment for producing various customs and taxation forms. Developers write JSPs with XHTML and use XEP as a servlet filter that converts the XHTML response stream to PDF.


Conversant: High Volume Utility Billing

Conversant selected XEP as the platform of choice to embed in their customer information and billing system targeted at energy companies. The RenderX engine is used to produce high volume print and on-line viewing of utility bills for consumers. As part of that process, RenderX assisted Conversant to extend the capabilities of XEP to support PCL printers.


Hewlett-Packard: Extending Macromedia Flash

Hewlett-Packard selected RenderX software for dynamic generation of PDF files for their customers. The solution employs rich Macromedia Flash functionality, coupled with the powerful XML to PDF capability of XEP, to enable end users to dynamically design and print letterhead, business cards, greeting cards, CD covers, calendars and t-shirts.


ITERGO GmbH: Supporting Insurance Agents

ITERGO developed an Internet-based interactive application to support insurance agents for the second largest German insurer. The application allows agents to fill in various insurance forms and design other documents and dynamically generate PDF or print versions for their customers.


Excosoft: Publishing Manuals

However good an XML based document management system might be, if the final goal is published manuals the whole thing falls flat on its face without a competent rendering engine. Without XEP this project would not have been possible.

Since this story was contributed, RenderX and Excosoft have entered into an OEM partnership. Excosoft now integrates XEP into their document management system, Skribenta, as an integral publishing component. The combined software package is installed at several companies throughout Europe.


Sebis Direct: Personalized Direct Mailing

Sebis Direct, a leading provider of data driven direct mail and electronic mail production solutions, standardized on XEP for creating dynamic commercial document packages for their customers. With the solution, Sebis realized competitve advantage by providing their customers with a private area on their web site with instant access to view actual documents sent during a direct marketing campaign.


WritersBlock Technical Communications: Collaborative Authoring

WritersBlock redesigned their technical publishing workflow using RenderX software for high-quality typeset documentation. With the new workflow, the company has been able to encourage engineers and technicians to directly contribute to the documentation, to monitor and finesse these contributions, and to provide the customers with up-to-date manuals specific to the particular software/hardware combination they possess. Through the redesign with XEP, they have realized a significant improvement in both efficiency and expense.


Zenteq Doc Team: Publishing EnMasse

Zenteq office uses a local area network comprising a dozen of Linux and Windows workstations. Developers and technical writers author documents in Emacs or <oXygen/> XML Editor and use a shared EnMasse server to format manuals for preview and final publishing.


Assentis: Visual XSL Design

Assentis includes XEP into their professional document solutions - now called the Assentis DocFamily. Assentis:DocDesign is the most technically advanced XSL FO (XSLFO) document engineering solution, and was designed to seamlessly integrate with XEP and support its powerful XSL FO (XSLFO) extensions. Assentis:DocDesign embeds the RenderX XEP engine to ensure output fidelity on any RenderX solution. Assentis:DocBase includes XEP server software as the high volume output engine for dynamic business documents.


Mathsoft: Dynamic Engineering Information

Mathsoft™ integrates RenderX software to maximize value of customers' quantitative engineering information through PDF publishing and archiving. In this solution, RenderX XEP software is used to dynamically convert engineering calculations, methods and values into high-fidelity electronic document format.


Norm's Musings is Norm's weblog. Norman Walsh uses XEP to generate PDF representations of all of the site pages as well as various other documents. Here is an example, Architecture of the World Wide Web, Volume One.


General Business

RenderX XEP is used for wide variety of different purposes and businesses. Due to scalable architecture and support of public standards, XEP appears to be useful for multiple purposes. We are proud to say that in some cases, our customers find suitable niches for XEP, sometimes we even didn’t suppose. Please see how different customers utilize the power of XEP.


March 5, 2011
XEP 4.19 released

New extensions for RichMedia in PDF,
sticky notes and file attachments, and
overprinting. Extended XSL1.1 scaling
attributes, and styling for bookmarks.
XForms output, support for SVG in XPS
generator, and other improvements.

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March 1, 2011
RenderX at 2011 AIIM

Visit us in Booth #1820 and #1109 at
the Walter E. Washington Conv. Center,
Washington D.C., March 22 - 24, 2011

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February 22, 2011
VisualXSL 2.4.2 released

Improved support for large designs.
Fully configurable custom template
generation. UI related bugfixes
and table editor improvements.

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December 8, 2010
VisualXSL 2.4 released

Support for external EXSLT library -
Mvp.Xml EXSLT.NET module. UI & logic
related bugfixes. Improved XSLT security.

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October 19, 2010
VDPMill 3.4 released

Major release: a GUI application
for full job control, lots of usability
improvements, and bug fixes.

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September 27, 2010
XEPWin 3.0 released

Release enables better utilization
of computational resources in multi-
core environments. XEPWin 3.0 also
contains improvements in configuration,
error reporting and XEPWin API.

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September 8, 2010
EnMasse 2.3 released

EnMasse is now easier than before!
The Windows version includes
a graphical configuration editor
with built in validation support.
The platform-independent version
was shipped with command-line
installer and configuration script.

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August 25, 2010
VDPMill 3.3 released

Release brings job queuing application
with an XML-RPC interface, VDPMill
Control Panel as a console to configure
and run VDPMill components, a user-
friendly GUI application to create
VDPMill job tickets.

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June 3, 2010
VDPMill 3.2 released

Release includes XML job ticket support
as the main format for GUI application
project files, customized post-
processing (OMR, Transpromo) support
for separated/joined output.

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May 4, 2010
VisualXSL 2.3.1 released

Release includes JavaScript for
radiobuttons and action buttons
in PDF forms, further improvements
over Undo operations, and several
display problems.

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